The woman who informed Velux of alleged industry espionage

A Polish woman allegedly blew the cover when a former trusted executive of Velux – according to police suspicions  – attempted to sell corporate secrets to the company's largest rival. Finans has spoken with the woman.

Photo: Jacob Ehrbahn/Polfoto (arkiv)

The woman, 61, has covered her face with large, dark sunglasses and a black, rhinestone-studded baseball cap.

She says she is scared.

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